Arsenal AGM dominated by boos and jeers

Arsenal fans turned on the board at yesterday's AGM.

The Sun says American billionaire and majority shareholder Stan Kroenke, chairman Peter Hill-Wood and chief executive Ivan Gazidis were all subjected to blistering attacks as they were accused of ‘ruining our club’.

Under-fire Gazidis, the Premier League’s highest-paid chief executive, was forced to defend his whopping £2.15m-a-year salary — £350,000 more than rivals Tottenham paid their chairman Daniel Levy in 2010-11.

And Kroenke had to issue a hurried statement, after angry supporters at the Emirates blasted the club’s policy of selling their best players each summer and the failure to win a trophy for seven years.

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